This Summer At High Country Baptist Church
High Country's Knowing God seminars continue this summer with "New Testament Biblical Theology."
At HCBC, we have a saying that we want to be "relentlessly biblical." That means more than hanging Bible verses on the walls in our current homes in order to be moral, or emotionally fulfilled people. Instead it means that we pack our bags and journey towards a new dwelling place: a wild and wonderful land revealed to us in the Scriptures.
The Bible is God's revelation of his gracious plan which progressively unfolds throughout history. This seminar, "Exalt the Lord in Jesus Christ by the Spirit," is a study in New Testament biblical theology.
Join us on the adventure, seeing more and more of the glory of God, as we learn to be relentlessly biblical.
The seminar is each Sunday morning at 9:30 in the cafeteria.
Please Join Us
We would love to have you join with us, not only for our seminar, but for our regular morning worship meeting, too. Our main meeting begins at 10:30am in the auditorium upstairs. Following that meeting, our practice is to enjoy lunch together. If you're a visitor, please feel welcome to stay and get to know us better. There's always plenty of food! Our fellowship meal is a great time to meet many of us and learn about who we are as a congregation. We would love to host you for this time of fellowship.
The ethical challenges facing Christians today are truly enormous. From issues such as gun control, parental rights, and religious freedom, to abortion, drone strikes, and drug legalization, these issues come at us thick and fast today. In our previous seminar, concluded in June, HCBC tackled some of these issues and looked at them from a biblical perspective. We tried to lay the foundation for a truly Christian ethic and then work that out. We compared that to alternative ethical systems and then applied that in our lives, discussing in the class what it all meant. How can we as Christians live faithfully today for Christ in the view of a non-Christian world?
The video below is a collection of excerpts that we did on campus at Colorado College, to get an idea of how those with differing world views deal with sticky ethical problems and what their views are on whether or not the Bible has any authority to determine what's right and wrong.